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Exploring ssese island with the prominent matembe – Uganda safari news

It is such a thrilling moment when the travel industry hosts one of the prominent senior citizens Mr. Matembe who is credited for managing to keep his marriage with the outspoken Miria Matembe to undertake a safari in Uganda.
On the eve of the Women’s day, the prominent Nehemiah Matembe embarked on the encounter to the Uganda safari destination of Ssese in the gigantic Lake Victoria which is always encountered by travelers on safaris in Uganda.
With the folks noting that the man who has been married to Miria Matembe the former Ethics and Integrity Minister and woman MP for Mbarara Municipality since the month of July 1975 would definitely deserve to be granted a medal. This may be was because people had not taken time to understand the man in question. He is an exceptional man who never draws things out of proportion. This Uganda safari tour was aimed at celebrating the womanhood and the credited men that advance women’s cause.
Despite the range of things that went on differently from what was originally planned, the calm Matembe was not lured to criticism. The Sencatta boat which provided his transfer to Ssese first reduced the number of participants by mere taking a look at it but Matembe was not one of those that opted to go back to Kampala. This boat which was filling the vacuum left by the grounding of MV Amani is a huge wooden boat that lures the heart of inexperienced water traveler in fear especially when it comes to connecting the three hour route from Nakiwogo and Lutoboka.
The maneuver through the water to Ssese was by no means easy for the first time water travelers and upon arrival the impressive Bugala Island enchanting with electricity, lighting a natural resort area with relaxed environment that is loved by travelers on safari to Uganda. The visit also incorporated Lutoboka hill climb and Banda Island Resort which is one of the 64 islands that are inhabited which combine with others to form 84 islands of Ssese.
The sights of tourists on Uganda tours in their own paradise reading books, in swinging hammocks, water skiing, swimming enjoying the speed boats and sail boats not forgetting sunbathing are very rewarding. The Island has rich tourist potential including the sport fishing, licensed hunting, hiking, forest walks, birding and the water based sports which if well-developed can increase the safaris and tours to Uganda.
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